Feelings Wheel – Instant Download

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Mad, sad, happy, excited. These words used to be the extent of my vocabulary around emotion.

I didn’t know I was missing out on the interplay between knowing how I was feeling and having words for how I was feeling.

Equipping yourself with new “feeling words” begs you to lay down the easy grab-n-go defaults like: happy, sad, mad, excited, pissed, overwhelmed, bad.

But it also opens you to pick up new words that describe your experience way better than your typical words ever could. You know the relief that washes over you when someone describes exactly what you’re feeling? That’s the gift you give yourself by learning more feeling words.

A really simple way to get started is by downloading a feeling’s wheel (like this one!). It allows you to start with an emotion you’re already familiar with like anger and then it breaks that into a few variations or sub feelings of that word.

The first time I saw a feeling’s wheel I thought, “hmm, nice, I have some more words to go off of… now what?”

How to get started with a feelings wheel:

  • Choose a few words from the wheel you resonate with and weave them into conversations
  • Say them out loud to yourself
  • Start noticing how other people describe their experiences.
  • Don’t be afraid to google what something means so you understand it for yourself!

Then, inside, A STARTERS GUIDE: PUTTING WORDS TO WHAT YOU FEEL, you’ll find your answer to what’s next once you’re familiar with more feeling words. In the guide, I walk you through a simple 5-step process that takes you from “What is going on with me??” ⏭️ Practical steps forward with your newfound clarity.

We’ll focus on three simple processes that allow you to begin to understand what you feel and learn to communicate the process.

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Discover the connection between knowing how I am feeling and having words for how I am feeling by downloading your free feelings wheel.

Mad, sad, happy, excited. These words used to be the extent of my vocabulary around emotion.

I didn’t know I was missing out on the interplay between knowing how I was feeling and having words for how I was feeling.

Equipping yourself with new “feeling words” begs you to lay down the easy grab-n-go defaults like: happy, sad, mad, excited, pissed, overwhelmed, bad.

But it also opens you up to pick up new words that describe your experience way better than your typical words ever could. You know the relief that washes over you when someone describes exactly what you’re feeling? That’s the gift you give yourself by learning more feeling words.

A really simple way to get started is by downloading a feeling’s wheel (like this one!). It allows you to start with an emotion you’re already familiar with like anger and then it breaks that into a few variations or sub feelings of that word.

The first time I saw a feeling’s wheel I thought, “hmm, nice, I have some more words to go off of… now what?”

How to get started with a feelings wheel:

  • Choose a few words from the wheel you resonate with and weave them into conversations
  • Say them out loud to yourself
  • Start noticing how other people describe their experiences.
  • Don’t be afraid to google what something means so you understand it for yourself!

Then, inside, A STARTERS GUIDE: PUTTING WORDS TO WHAT YOU FEEL, you’ll find your answer to what’s next once you’re familiar with more feeling words. In the guide, I walk you through a simple 5-step process that takes you from “What is going on with me??” ⏭️ Practical steps forward with your newfound clarity.

We’ll focus on three simple processes that allow you to begin to understand what you feel and learn to communicate the process.

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